Alaska Bonded Title / Certificate of Title Bonds
Alaska Certificate of Title Surety Bond Information
A Certificate of Title Surety Bond (also known as a Bonded Title, Title Bond, Defective Title Bond, Lost Vehicle Title Bond or DMV Bond) allows a vehicle owner to claim ownership and register the vehicle with the state when a title has been lost, stolen or is missing. This type of surety bond protects against items such as undisclosed security interests or cases where a duplicate title has been issued. The surety bond is typically required by the current owner in order to legally transfer ownership and register the vehicle. Your state should provide you with a required bond amount or instructions on calculating the amount. This amount usually correspond within a range of the appraised value of the vehicle. You will need this bond amount when requesting your bond in order to get accurate pricing from us.
How Much Does a Certificate of Title Bond Cost in Alaska?
Bonds up to $6,500
Bonds over $6,500 up to $25,000
1.5% of the Bond Amount